Poems about Bullying

 Over 3.2 million students are bullied each year
Jack and Jill Went up the hill To fetch a Pail of water They came to a stop when they reached the top
I had a one way ticket to a place where all the demons go Where all my broken dreams went to die
As I walk down the hall all I get are squints and glares... Then hear snide comments as I walk down the stairs...
now
This year was frightening The prospect of Me, going to college What a change, right?
In school I used to say ---”I pledge allegiance,” to America,
Broad stripes and bright stars A country, supposedly ours, America  
Broad stripes and bright stars A country, supposedly ours, America  
Great Has integrity Is not soft spoken Is strong but not unfeeling Is resilient through suffering

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